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How to Stay at This Hotel in Anguilla, For Less

 It’s one of the hottest new hotels in the Caribbean: Zemi Beach House, the hip new entry to Anguilla’s luxury hotel stock. The hotel debuted last year on Anguilla’s Shoal Bay East as a new kind of modern but oh-so-Caribbean …

Five All-Inclusive Resorts to Visit This Summer

 Whether you’re looking for a classic getaway or a romantic escape in the Caribbean, all inclusive resorts are always a great option — especially in the summer season, when the price drops but quality doesn’t. And the Caribbean’s all-inclusive product …

How to Spend the Summer Doing Yoga in St Barth

 Summer in St Barth. It’s quieter and cheaper but just as beautiful. In other words, the perfect time for a French Caribbean escape. And now there’s another way to enjoy the island, with a focus on wellness. It’s called the …

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 How to save on Jamaica right now By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Travelers this spring will find a variety of special packages, rates and discounts awaiting them in Jamaica. The deals range from budget-friendly to luxury accommodations, in everything from cozy …

 Tasting summer at St Lucia’s Calabash Cove By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor August is National Rum Month, so to celebrate we’ll be featuring a series of rum recipes from resorts around the Caribbean. First up: St Lucia’s Calabash Cove resort, …

 We’ll be frank. When it comes to rums from Cruzan, we’re partial to Cruzan Single Barrel. It’s a delicate, robust rum that’s always among the region’s best. But Cruzan has long carved a sizable niche with its flavored rums, the …

 Above: Junkanoo By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Two big festivals are being held in Grand Bahama this summer, the Ministry of Tourism announced this week. The Goombay Summer Festival will take place at Grand Bahama’s Taino beach, running from July 2-30. …

 Summertime. Yes, the Caribbean is hot, but so is everywhere else. But what the Caribbean offers is a diverse, scintillating collection of islands where you can find your own cool, whether it’s windsurfing in Aruba or traversing a mountain jungle …

 Above: the city of Willemstad, Curacao (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Air Canada is expanding its service to the Dutch Caribbean island of Curacao in time for the summer season. The carrier announced that it would be expanding its …

 Above: the Carnaval des Fleurs (Photos: OP Haiti) By the Caribbean Journal staff Haitians gathered this weekend for the third annual Carnaval des Fleurs summer carnival in Port-au-Prince. The festival seeks to highlight Haiti’s flora; it is being held through …

 By Nigel SpenceCJ Contributor SUMMER IS officially here folks!  It’s time to clean up that grill and get your barbecue on…

Many of you may think that grilling is a simple matter of lighting some charcoal and searing your choice of …

 WHILE THE Caribbean has become relatively accustomed to dominating at the Summer Olympics, this year’s crop of Caribbean winter athletes has us thinking. With all of the Caribbean’s continued success in international athletics, why couldn’t the region (or one of …

 Above: the Marriott Hotel project in Georgetown By the Caribbean Journal staff The Marriott hotel project in Guyana is on track for an expected August 2014 opening, according to the government. The project, which will include 197 rooms, a ballroom, …

 Above: Usain Bolt By the Caribbean Journal staff Usain Bolt’s historic summer just keeps getting better. Trelawny’s Bolt continued his brilliance on the track Thursday in Zurich, claiming victory in the 100M with a time of 9.9 seconds. It was …

 Above: the Summer Festival in Anguilla By the Caribbean Journal staff Anguilla is currently celebrating the 2013 edition of its Summer Festival – the Caribbean’s island’s version of carnival. The festival, which began at the end of last week, has …